Stella di Tocco (b. 1973, Rome, Italy) earned a degree in political science before studying film at the Madrid Film School. Her short films include Passo a due (2006), Segui la mia voce (2008), and Era un giorno di pioggia, which were broadcast on Italian National TV. Her film Le Bambine di Palmi is in post-production.
In a small village by the sea on the coast of Lazio, 12-year-old Adriana spends the summer with her sister Francesca. Involved by her sister in a strange game, the little girl starts an ambiguous relationship with a boy younger than her, Tommaso, who's the image of the innocence that Adriana is about to lose.